Since ancient times people have lived in harmony with the elements. This was necessary for survival as the early peoples knew that cooperation was key. We have forgotten this. We have become disconnected from the oneness of these elements and, in some cases, have created an ‘us versus them’ relationship…energies out of balance, separate and disconnected. We have become so disconnected from this symbiotic relationship that any equilibrium that Mother Nature attempts is viewed by our society as a loss. We have forgotten to look at the ‘gift’ of the loss and see the bigger picture…homeostasis and energetic equilibrium. We are air, fire, water and earth.
The same mineral content of soil is in human bones. Running soil through our fingers and feeling grass between our toes is very soothing and grounding. It is a vessel for transformation; plants and trees root into it, we use it to create pottery and homes, and dancing, stomping and thumping our feet and hands into the earth is very primal and energetically therapeutic. When we “stand our ground” we are firm and rooted deeply, and when we die our bodies return to the earth “ashes to ashes, dust to dust”. The geomagnetic forces of earth resemble our own energy systems in our bodies. Gaia has chakras as we do, has energetic meridians as we do, and moves energies through a system as we do in our nervous system. Why wouldn’t she resemble our bodies…we were created of her chemical and energetic properties.
All of these elements cleanse and purify spiritual energies in their own way…they also respond to frequency. Love, the universal frequency that unites all beings, the highest frequency in the universe, in its alchemical form can directly alter the being and frequency of these natural forces/elements of nature. We as humans have forgotten this sacred marriage between us, our energy, our frequency, and the elements.
It is my sincerest hope that your perspective has been shifted and you will join me in gratitude when you next experience the elements…when the wind tickles your chin or when you run your hands through water…and whisper the Ho’oponopono Hawaiian prayer “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank-you. I love you”.